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Stamping with Bleach

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Stamping with Bleach
Group:ATC Elements & Techniques
Swap Coordinator:123Poggy123 (contact)
Swap categories: Artist Trading Card (ATC) 
Number of people in swap:12
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:September 29, 2011
Date items must be sent by:October 21, 2011
Number of swap partners:2
Description:

Make your own disposable stamp pad using a paper towel or napkin folded into layers. Lay your new pad on a clean meat tray or plastic disposable plate. Very carefully pour a small amount of liquid bleach (Clorox) on pad. Press stamp into your bleach pad & stamp your cardstock with it. You do not want the pad so wet that your stamp drips when you lift it.

Clean your stamp as soon as you are done stamping with it. Please stamp in a well ventilated room. I have found that you can not use Stamp'n Up cardstock for this technique because their color goes all the way thru the sheet. On a sheet of black (I don't know where it came from) I stamped with bleach & I got a pink color. On a different black sheet, I got a brown. You never know what you will get.

Two partners with one ATC to each. You are a trusted member of this group but I reserve the right to ban.

Discussion

dobie256 09/14/2011 #

Looks like a fun swap. I do lots of bleaching of colored cardstock. I find the cheaper the paper the better it works. The Paper Company paper works very well. And like Peggy says -- it is exciting to see what color you will get. Most papers bleach white or pastel, but you just never know!

dreamerkins 09/14/2011 #

is it a simple stamped image atc, or do we get to further decorate our atcs?

123Poggy123 09/15/2011 #

Whatever you prefer. I will probably add to mine.

julmc81 10/11/2011 #

this was a fun swap----made me step outa my box :) thanks Poggy!

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